St. Patrick's Day Tea

St. Patrick's Day Ladies Tea

Saturday, March 14, 2015 
4:00pm (doors open @ 3:00 pm) 

$20 per person

Tickets go on sale February 15th on Sundays @ NorthPark. 

Or, call 661.296.6784 x204 to order by phone.

Imagine a room... filled with the aroma of hot tea, delicious desserts, scrumptious finger foods, and the gentle hum of warm conversation. Picture yourself with your dear women friends and new acquaintances in an atmosphere of kinship and fun, femininity and relaxation. These experiences and more are yours at our annual St. Patrick’s Day Tea!

This outreach event is meant to inspire you to reach out and invite friends neighbors, co-workers, and family to a place where there is an opportunity to meet other women and hear about the love of Christ. Last year, we hosted over 425 ladies from our church and within the community. The afternoon featured amazing door prizes, delicious appetizers and tea sandwiches, and incredible tempting desserts. We also had the pleasure of meeting many women who were guests to our church, and it was a joy to see so many women extend hospitality and graciousness to those attending the tea.


A tax-deductible item or gift basket is a great way to help with the Tea and bless the ladies attending.

To donate something special, please contact Kim Haag at or drop it by the church office anytime.  Your business will be listed in the Tea Program and on the NorthPark website. We welcome donations of any type-- event tickets, gift certificates, gift items, women's new clothing and jewelry, or cash donation to be used for door prizes! 

To be a part of the St. Patrick's Day Tea Planning Team, contact Melissa Maimone at 296-6784, x204. All are welcome to join in and get involved!

Past St. Pat's Tea guests have included singer/songwriters Corrinne May, Kendall Payne, author & speaker Tracy Klehn, and Women of Faith author & dramatist Nicole Johnson.

"My heart has just been called back to the time when we used to sit with our arms around each other at the sunset hour and talk of our friends and our homes and of ten thousand subjects of mutual interest until both our hearts felt warmer and lighter for the pure communion of spirit.” --Antoinette Brown to her dear friend, Lucy Stone